Archive for September 2012

Google Hits New All-time High

By: Michael Vodicka “But even though that would cause some short-term pain, it’s a huge opportunity to buy. Because longer term, we know exactly what the play book is.” After trending higher for the first three weeks of September, stocks closed the month on the decline on fresh concerns over Europe. The S&P 500 is…

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Weekly Update-September 9, 2012

By: Michael Vodicka “Bad news means the central banks will stimulate and good news means things aren’t as bad as we thought. Either outcome supports stocks.” Stocks blasted higher on Thursday, snapping a two-week losing streak on news that the European Central Bank would begin a fresh round of bond buying. The bullish move higher…

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Weekly Update-September 2, 2012

By: Michael Vodicka “But even though Bernanke initially disappointed the masses with no word of new stimulation, he left the door wide open for further action, pointing to a weak labor market as his key indicator” This was a big week for the market. The key event was Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke speaking at an…

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